p r o j e c t 
w. J P C cc ( complete codex )

N I K E








The New Birth of Victorirous Goddess, NIKE !



About The Project

" Challenge the Impossible "
" The New Birth of Victorirous Goddess, NIKE ! "

from 2020 - up to now !

A genuine project
The goddess of victory has come to bring us hope and joy.
In the darkest time of isolation .


J P C creator Julian Park has got an official invitation 
from Maschietto Editore in Firenze in 2020
​for a very special project
' Making a genuine NIKE statue with paper '
 inspired by the bronze sculpture of Brescia NIKE .


Team 

producer / Riccardo Zani
main Artist / Julian Park

Time / Place

2020 / Firenze , ITALY 
2021 / Offenbach, GERMANY
2022 / Kotor, MONTENEGRO
2023 - / Frankfurt, GERMANY

Sponsor

Maschietto Editore
FAVINI
design DALA

The evolution of 
NIKE codex

JPC cc (complete codex) method applied

An enchanting and sophisticated paper sculpture technique JPC cc ( complete codex ) method that employs every part of a single sheet without any wastage! Furthermore, by avoiding factory-produced glue and chemical adhesives, it keeps hands clean and remains environmentally conscious. With no paper discarded, it diminishes the demand for paper resources. Thus, JPC advocates for the pursuit of sustainable art. 

Also, this method entails that each design element within a single sheet of paper is interconnected, resulting in no separate parts breaking away. This necessitates a higher level of design precision compared to traditional paper sculptures, which are constructed by attaching individually crafted parts. It also demands an exceptional spatial awareness, surpassing conventional standards in sculptural artistry.

These next two photographs dramatically illustrate the transformation of a single sheet of paper into JPC NIKE  through the JPC cc method.
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 JPC NIKE cc 
(complete codex ) one paper design
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JPC NIKE cc figure
 The masterpiecc of refined skill

NIKE  
 impression gallery

Captured through the lens of Julian Park, 
They eternally commemorate the beauty of the goddess Nike and the immortal essence of victory.